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tan45+sin60=(sin30+cos30)
1+ã3/2=(1/2+ã3/2)
How do i work it from her?

• Trigonometry -

What you have written is an invalid equation. If you are trying to prove an identity, it can't be done.

Since sin60 = cos30 = (sqrt3)/2 ,
you are basically trying to prove that
1 = 1/2, which is never true

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